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#ShowUsYourLeave is taking over LinkedIn feeds.

Feb 10 2022

#ShowUsYourLeave is taking over LinkedIn feeds. Last month, theSkimm called on brands / employers on LinkedIn to disclose their paid family leave policy by tagging #ShowUsYourLeave in their post. Since then, brands from Pinterest, to Reddit, Etsy, and several more have posted their leave policies, and engagement has soared as companies across industries invite brands to the conversation, all with the goal of bringing transparency for what companies are doing to support their workers who welcome a new child. Etsy was one of the first to hop on the #ShowUsYourLeave bandwagon, sharing a robust policy that includes 26 weeks of fully paid parental leave for all genders and all types of births, including adoption, surrogacy, and fostering a child. Additionally, the policy notes workers can trade leave for cash benefits, enjoy unlimited sick and caregiving time, and bereavement leave that would cover the loss of loved ones, pregnancy, or a pet. Etsy’s post has garnered more than 27K likes and 450 comments to date, and more than 2,000 LinkedIn users are following the #ShowUsYourLeave tag to see how more brands respond to the challenge. According to a 2016 Deloitte study, 77% of respondents say the amount of parental leave offered by an employer could influence their decision when considering job offers, and YPulse’s What’s Next for Work trend research shows the majority of both non-parents and parents say working for an organization that offers good benefits is important to them when thinking about their future / career—and paid family leave is certainly on their list of wanted benefits. (Forbes)